Our locations - We are operating globally across 3 locations
Global Shoring is a sourcing strategy that leverages the expertise of a global network of specialists in areas such as Systems, Operations, and Marketing. It blends the concepts of nearshoring and offshoring to provide customised solutions that are tailored to the specific needs and requirements of each client. Global Shoring is the future of service sourcing and we are proud to be at the forefront of this exciting development.
Benefits of our Global Shoring
Deep dive: India
The average take-home salary in India is 4.22x less than the same in Germany, hinting towards cost-effectiveness.
EXISTING OUTSOURCING INFRASTRUCTURE
India has been outsourcing for the last 40 years, giving them significant stability in the industry. The compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of the industry has been over 25% in the last five years.
With high levels of IT literacy & international quality standards (ISO, CMM, Six Sigma) and a dedication to hard work, India is very much a high-quality sourcing destination.
Very high English literacy scores & cultural connectivity to the UK make India a very strong culture for working with English-speaking markets.
Being four hours ahead of Central Europe makes India a central hub for operating across time zones. The dedication of Indian employees to work the night shift, thereby simplifying the 24x working structure and enabling a larger window for communication.
Deep dive: Kosovo
Kosovo prides itself on having Europe’s youngest population, with 70% of the population younger than the age of 35 and 42% of the population younger than 25.
Kosovo, which is often overlooked by its neighbours, can be considered as a hidden champion in the Balkan region. Such a geographical advantage results in 30% price savings, as compared to the neighbouring countries.
Kosovo is very dedicated to Information technology, with 7 public universities, and 8 private universities IT knowledge is rapidly growing.
With nearly 400,000 Kosovars living in Germany, Kosovars are culturally connected to Germany.
Language affinity is very strong in Kosovo, with nearly 100% of IT staff speaking English and 74% speaking German.